Gospel Light Minute X with Daniel Whyte III show

Gospel Light Minute X with Daniel Whyte III

Summary: Daniel Whyte III is a full-time evangelist by calling. Through the Gospel Light Minute, his main aim is to present a short, clear, understandable presentation of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ which saved him over 30 years ago.

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 Whyte Family Devotion: A Prayer for the Nation and the World (05/23/17) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1685

Join us as we pray for the revival of the family, the revival of the church, and the awakening of the nation.

 Whyte Family Devotions: A Prayer for the Nation and the World (May 22, 2017) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1602

Join us in prayer for our families, the church, America, and the world.

 How to Overcome Temptation, Part 44 (Onward Christian Soldiers #168) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1988

The sin that we are going to begin looking at today is the sin of "lust." TEXT: Job 31:1 We just completed over twenty lessons dealing with the temptation of covetousness or greed. Sometimes, when the Bible speaks of covetousness, it uses the word "lust", referring to our fleshly desires. However, today, we are looking at lust as it pertains to "intense or unbridled sexual desire, which leads to fornication, adultery, rape, and other immoral sexual acts," including homosexuality and pornography. In Dante's Inferno, those souls who were unable to master their lustful tendencies are eternally blown about in hot, restless hurricane-like winds symbolic of their own lack of self-control.

 Jesus Reveals the Laws of Supreme Blessing, Part 1 (Just Jesus Evangelistic Campaign, Day 108 / Day 475 since Jan. 1, 2016) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1632

TEXT: Matthew 5:1-12 Everyone wants to have a blessed existence, a happy life, a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction. Thousands of books have been written claiming to unveil the "secrets" to such a life. Millions buy these books hoping to turn their lives around. But, more often than not, they don't find the solutions for which they seek. Two thousand years ago, however, Jesus of Nazareth, revealed the secrets to the life of supreme blessedness. This section of His Sermon on the Mount is called the "beatitudes"; the word means "supreme blessedness." The nine beatitudes that Jesus gives -- the secrets to supreme blessedness -- are revolutionary for two reasons. First, they emphasized such things as humility and service, things which the world sees as weak or impediments to success. Second, each of Jesus' secrets to supreme blessedness are connected to one's spiritual well-being, another element which our increasingly secular world usually discounts.

 To See the Face of God: The Free State of Glory (Part 24) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1861

TEXT: Revelation 22:1-7 From these final two chapters of Revelation, we have been blessed to learn of many of the benefits of Heaven and the New Jerusalem. There, we will be rewarded by God, we will rest in God, we will worship God, and we will serve God. But, one of the sweetest aspects of Heaven is described to us in verse four: "and they shall see his face."

 Praying, Prophesying, and Order in God’s Church, Part 2 (Praying Through the Bible #245) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2417

TEXT: 1 Corinthians 11:1-12 In our last message, we scratched the surface of this challenging passage of Scripture. As we explore this passage, we are interested in answering a few important questions: First, what does this passage have to tell us about order and authority in the church? Second, what does this passage have to tell us about how we should conduct our weekly meetings? Third, what is the symbolism behind women covering their heads and men not covering their heads? And, fourth, should women in today’s church wear head coverings as our Amish and Mennonite brothers and sisters do? We will deal with each of these issues as we progress through this passage.

 Praying, Prophesying, and Order in God's Church, Part 1 (Praying Through the Bible #244) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 892

TEXT: 1 Corinthians 11:1-12 Some might think that the subject we are dealing with from Scripture today is irrelevant for our times. But, just last week, Taya Smith, a Hillsong singer and songwriter -- the voice behind such popular songs as "Oceans" and "Touch the Sky" which we sang earlier -- caused a stir by shaving all of her hair off. She did not explain why she did it, but Christians were quick to comment on the issue, some supporting her and some expressing opposition to her decision, quoting words from this very passage.

 How to Overcome Temptation, Part 43 (Onward Christian Soldiers #167) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1680

TEXT: James 4:1-6 Based on this passage, it is apparent that our prayer life can both expose and alleviate the condition of covetousness. If our prayers are selfish and vain, they will not be answered. But if we truly trust that God will supply what is best for us, our prayers are a way of putting our desires in God's hands and leaving them there.

 How Jesus Brought the Light to His Dark Mission Field and How We Should Bring It to Ours (Just Jesus Evangelistic Campaign, Day 104 / Day 471 since Jan. 1, 2016) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1563

TEXT: Matthew 4:23-25 In this passage, Matthew continues to tell us about the beginning of Jesus' ministry in Galilee. During this time, Jesus’ "fame" grew throughout the region including in "Syria" and on the eastern side of the Jordan River. The region referred to as Syria here was situated in northern Galilee. The mention of "Decapolis" refers to an area of ten cities founded by Greeks under the authority of Alexander the Great. Jesus carried out three major tasks in His ministry.

 Pray for the Peace of America: Also a Response to President Trump's Speech On the National Day of Prayer and his Signing of an Executive Order Ensuring Religious Freedom and Freedom of Speech for Christians and All People in America | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1143

TEXT: Jeremiah 29:7: "Seek the peace of the city whither I have caused you to be carried away captives, and pray unto the Lord for it: for in the peace thereof shall ye have peace." In 1775, when America was in its birth throes, the Continental Congress called for a national day of "public humiliation, fasting, and prayer." In 1863, when our nation was in the midst of a conflict that threatened to leave it irreconcilably shattered, President Abraham Lincoln called the nation to a national day of prayer. In 1952, having recognized the significance of prayer throughout our nation's history, Congress established the National Day of Prayer as an annual event; the bill was signed into law by President Harry Truman. Since then, every president has signed a National Day of Prayer proclamation.

 ‘Wordless Truths,’ ‘Crosses We Build and Bear,’ and ‘Pastor Has a Serious Gambling Problem’ (BCNN1's The Gospel According to Greenleaf Episode #18) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 981

Over the past two episodes of Greenleaf, Jacob began wondering where Basie Skanks was getting the money to fund the building of the new Triumph Church campus. He found out that Skanks gambles like a big dog under an alias, sometimes with the church’s money. The fact that Skanks has tried to keep it a secret ought to tell us that he knows it is wrong. But he claims that he doesn’t love money or depend on Lady Luck to win. Is he right?

 Prayer and Sex, Part 3.2 (Praying Through the Bible #243) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1745

TEXT: 1 Corinthians 7:1-6 This is a very serious matter that is being portrayed even now called “Tell Me That You Love Me.” In this show, there are four couples going to the same marriage counselor. The marriage counselor and her husband are in their 70s, but they are still getting it on, and have a healthy relationship in every way. But the young couples that she is counseling are dealing with the problems presented in this passage in different ways. One wife has a loving, sweet husband who doesn’t want to have sex with her and they haven’t had sex in over a year. With another couple, the fiance is having sex with her but will not commit to having sex with other women, which causes another problem. Another couple had an abortion years earlier, and now the wife cannot get pregnant from her husband, and now she is putting a lot of undue pressure on him to have as much sex as possible to get pregnant. And on and on it goes.

 Prayer and Sex, Part 3.1 (Praying Through the Bible #243) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1775

TEXT: 1 Corinthians 7:1-6 This is a very serious matter that is being portrayed even now called “Tell Me That You Love Me.” In this show, there are four couples going to the same marriage counselor. The marriage counselor and her husband are in their 70s, but they are still getting it on, and have a healthy relationship in every way. But the young couples that she is counseling are dealing with the problems presented in this passage in different ways. One wife has a loving, sweet husband who doesn’t want to have sex with her and they haven’t had sex in over a year. With another couple, the fiance is having sex with her but will not commit to having sex with other women, which causes another problem. Another couple had an abortion years earlier, and now the wife cannot get pregnant from her husband, and now she is putting a lot of undue pressure on him to have as much sex as possible to get pregnant. And on and on it goes.

 The Radical Command to Follow Jesus, Part 2 (Just Jesus Evangelistic Campaign, Day 101 / Day 468 since Jan. 1, 2016) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2026

TEXT: Matthew 4:18-22 As Matthew tells us about Jesus’ calling of His disciples, we learn some important truths about what it means to be a follower of Christ. We learn, first, that Jesus takes the initiative to call us to Himself. He pursues us even when we are not pursuing Him. But, as He calls us, it may require us to leave our current occupation. Peter and Andrew were out fishing when Jesus called them. They expressed their commitment to Jesus by leaving that occupation behind.

 How to Overcome Temptation, Part 42 (Onward Christian Soldiers Discipleship Class #166) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2185

James 4:1-6 In this passage, James tells us that, instead of lusting and coveting, we ought to express our desires to the Lord in prayer. He says we have not because we ask not. However, asking alone is not enough. We must ask with the right motive. Sometimes, “we ask, and receive not, because we ask amiss, that we may consume it upon our lusts.”

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